The Kansas City Chiefs donned the pads for the first time since Super Bowl LV on Tuesday as training camp continued up in St. Joseph.
In terms of who left practice early due to injuries, wide receiver Tyreek Hill exited Tuesday's session with knee tendinitis, according to Head Coach Andy Reid.
"We're just going to pump the breaks on it," Reid said. "It just showed up today, so we backed off of him."
Linebackers Ben Niemann (hamstring) and Anthony Hitchens (hamstring), who have each missed time at practice over the last few days, were both suited up and participated on Tuesday.
Cornerback Charvarius Ward, meanwhile, didn't practice on Tuesday due to irritation in one of his eyes.
"He had some eye work done in the offseason and it flared up on him," Reid said. "He got poked in his eye, so we kept him out."
Among those who also didn't participate on Tuesday were safety Juan Thornhill (groin strain), wide receiver Chad Williams (groin strain), offensive tackle Mike Remmers (back spasms), tight end Nick Keizer (back), tailback Darwin Thompson (COVID protocols), defensive end Malik Herring (knee) and offensive lineman Kyle Long (leg).
The Chiefs will return to the field on Wednesday at 9:15 am CT for another day of padded practice.